|Fig.1 TP holders|
Supplies and Tools:
Cordless screwdriver with Phillip bit
Jewel screwdriver set
George Wanterfu notice me planting a shrub for a friend. He stopped and we exchange small talk but finally he asked if I could do some work in his home.
This post show the nine steps on how to repair a bathroom toilet paper holder.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the toilet paper side holders. These are made of Chrome brass handles and are of good quality. The toilet paper holders were heavy and had fallen off the wall.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the wall being patched with wall mud. Fig.3 shows a mud pan were the quick set is mixed. The wall mud paste needs to be similar to peanut butter in texture.
|Fig.2 Fast setting dry |
|Fig.3 Using a small scraper |
Mix with water
|Fig.4 Place on end of scraper|
|Fig.5 Apply to the hole|
|Fig.6 Smooth the patch|
Step 5: Fig.8 shows the old bracket that was pulled out of the wall. Place the wall with the edges away from the wall. Attach two screws into the bracket.
|Fig.7 Remove damaged anchor|
|Fig.8 Center is the install plate|
Step 7: Fig.10 shows place the arm over the bracket, make sure its placed flat against the toilet paper holder.
|Fig.9 Either find a wood stud |
or use wall anchors
|Fig.10 Placing the toilet paper arm|
Step 9: Fig.12 shows the toilet paper holder is attached to the wall, now the job is complete.
|Fig.11 Side view of the toilet |
paper arm properly installed
|Fig.12 Job done|
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